The University of Wolverhampton



The Vice ChancellorHere at the University of Wolverhampton, we are the University of Opportunity.

This means giving our students the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to thrive in the global economy.

Our excellent teaching, facilities and support are reflected in the satisfaction of our students - measured each year in the National Student Survey. By providing placements, work experience and volunteering opportunities, we prepare our students for the world of work; this is reflected in our graduate employment rate, which is rising each year: more than 94% of our class of 2013 were in work or continuing their studies after six months.*

Our research community explores areas of life that affect us all in fields as diverse as brain tumours, diabetes, caste and culture, sports science, language and digital technologies.

Thank you for your interest in the University of Wolverhampton. Please enjoy looking around our University and I hope to see you soon. 

Geoff Layer, Vice-Chancellor

Jo GittensThank you for considering the University of Wolverhampton for your studies. We welcome many hundreds of international students each year to the University, who join our friendly community in the centre of England, or study our degrees through our partner institutions overseas.

We currently have students from over 100 nations studying at our four UK campuses or partner institutions. Our vibrant international community enhances the already diverse cultural makeup of our University, city and region.

The University has a long history of working internationally, establishing its first office in Hong Kong in 1996. We now have several Regional Offices and a network of Educational Advisors around the world offering superb support to international students wishing to study with us.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Jo Gittens, International Director